The ice rink on Riley Street is part of a national competition to win up to $150,000, and it is currently in the top five ice rinks for the eastern part of the country.
When John Amend graduated from East Aurora High School in 2004, he had a vague idea that mechanical engineering was the path to pursue. He thought it might let him explore a variety of career opportunities, maybe work his way toward a law degree or some business field.
Drs. Luke and Michelle Pietrantone had been living and operating a chiropractic practice in Virginia for 12 years when they felt the call to return to Western New York several years ago. They answered, and the pair of Iroquois graduates have been operating Pietrantone Chiropractic at 411 Main St. in East Aurora since last September.
The counseling departments of the East Aurora, Iroquois and Holland school districts are banding together to offer a College Planning Night from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5. The evening will be held at East Aurora High School, located at 1003 Center St.
The East Aurora School Board is poised to begin its 2015-2016 budget discussions in earnest—with or without the governor’s state aid estimates.
The first round of documents and files for the Town of Aurora have been submitted to the federal government to seek aid for cleanup after the November storm.
On Friday, Feb. 6, Iroquois High School senior Gunnar Haberl shadowed 27th District Congressman Chris Collins.
The Iroquois JV hockey team's 2015 season came to an end last weekend, as they fell 2-1 in a best-of-three meeting with Lewiston Porter.